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    Lost Springs

    Hi guys! Great forum here!

    I have a nice Model 94. During a complete cleaning, I lost (wasn't paying attention) the spring and pin that goes under the sideplate screw that holds the yoke in place. I also lost the spring that goes in the end of the yoke axle. Can anyone help me out?

    TIA!
    Gerald

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    Re: Lost Springs

    Do you have an extra strong magnet you can go over the area where you lost it with?
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    Re: Lost Springs

    Yea, Jake, I might try that.

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    Re: Lost Springs

    If you can't find it call Taurus to order a new spring and pin. 1-800-327-3776
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